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EOF THE FAIR.
AyfI(arytyhat Promises To Be of the Most Engrossing Interest. obrtv Acres To Be Set Apart for a Grhad M tary Camp Ground. Pereni Troops Will Be Present, [uelud ag Slome Coatlaental Cracks-Also oea. tiles' Prise oeglmeentae It has been left to the Chatbhm Fields aompany to farnish the most important suxiliary to the World's fair. The com pany, mention of whisk was made in the Chicage later Oean sooen after its corpora tlona is fundamentally a real estate enter prim, and will exist permanently. Seoond arily it embrases many important features without which the fair, in relation to its general seope, would be incomplete. The enterprise was gotten up with true Chicago magnitude and spirit, and pro gressien in its every detail will be fall and rapid. The permanent feature of the en terprise will be the erestion of 100 tastefully built cottages of ten rooms each. There will also be a military barracks, where all native and foreign soldiery will be quar tered during the fair, a bieycle trashk, and a place tbrvarious other sorts of sporting con tests. And in this eenneotion it can be stated that negotiations are already under way to bring about an international con test between the crack college oarsmen of England and America. The tract which will be utilized for the company's purpose belongs to Mr. L. 0. Fischer, president of the company, and lies one and one-half miles southwest of Jack son park and about two miles from the lake. It comprises 160 acres of finely sitn ated high and dry land. There will be sixty acres devoted to the houses or inns, as they are termed; forty acres to military or athletic grounds, thirty acres to wooded park, and the remaining thirty aeres will be reserved for any addi tional buildings which may be deemed nee essary. Plans for the inns have already been drawn by Architect S. S. Beman, and as contracts have been let, building will shortly commence. Nine separate eity bloaks have been surveyed for this purpose. The inns of Queen Anne and colonial style of architecture priancipally will be built in blocks of four houses, ten rooms to each house. They will contain all mod ern improvements. There will be no "back yards" during the exhibition. The entire inclosure of each separate block will be laid out in walks and flower beds for the .edification and delectation of fair visitors. From May until October the company pro poses to furnish its houses and provide for all culinary arrangements. To this end no smoking will be allowed in the inns. Res taurants, one for each block, will be built and kept in the very best manner possible. Everything conducive to the comfort and pleasure of the company's tenants will be done, and there is no doubt, judging from the money behind the enterprise, that the ensemble will be gilt-edged. After the fair eloses the houses will be rented to regular householders at from $30.to $40 per month, and the colony which sprang into life as a World's fair feature will be continued as a corporate part of a great city. The military tract solves what promised to be a tough problem for the World's fair people. No one knows yet what is the out come of lGen. Miles' scheme to quarter 100, 000 militia here during the fair, but the Chatham Fields people, on their 40-acre tract, propose to have barrack accommoda tions for four full regiments, which it is now thought will be about all that can be easily taken care of at one time. Col. Henry L. Turner, vice president of the company, when spoken to co:ecernicn the military feature, was reticent sbouo the details of the matter, but managed to say that Gen. Miles and Director (General Dcvi were in perfect accord witl the company on all propositions pertaining to it. "There will be a parade ground." said Col. Turner, "about 800 by 1,20J feest in di mensiops. We propose to construct a grand stand which will contain fully 25.(J10 people. There will be daily maneuvers and a dress parade every night, and besides that com petitive drills. "Now, concerning the foreign military organizatione, I am not fully prepared to talk. Some South American troops have already applied for space and no doubt there will be troops from other countries. 1 cannot say any more now, than that we will be fully prepared to care for such troops as the World's fair people cannot take care of. On the tract we propose to erect a grand restaurant, where all the troops will be taken. We won't have any tents, and if there happens to be an unex pected influx of soldiery, there is plenty of ground for more barracks." It was learned that in all probability a number of the crack companies of English horse and foot will visit the fair, and be quartered at Chatham Fields. The com pany has already submitted a proposition to an agent who was here a few weeks ago, nand soon expects to hear favorably from him. In all likelihood some of the continental eracks will join their cousins acrorss the Ohannel and give Americans a taste of what the old countries can pro.uce. One-half of the camp can be set aside for United States regulars, and Goen. Miles will, of course, have his prize regiments on hand, so that the foreigners can see of just what stUff our army is made. The athletic tract will be somethin nun paralleled. Details as to this are ia the dara just now, but Col. Turner soon ex pects to be able to make them publio. There will be, however, a superb bicycle track, and no end of contests. Transportation to and from the grounds will ble ample. The South Side Rapid Transit company has secured all the right of way to Chatham Fields. except 600 feet, anti will secure that, if forced to buy the ground outright. In addition, the Bouth Side Electric railway will run right past the grounds, and before May 1 next its tracks will extend direct to the gates of Jackson park. Furthermore, the Illinois Central road runs vllthn five blocks arnd has ungrosd to put in e por. Bunt this is not all. A crosecut road will connllect the Field with the Belt line, in order to catchl all that traflio. T''raunsportation arrange ments may gme laid t. be completely pto rided Lor. T'he company proposes, of course, to charge admission to its extra features to reilmburse its outlay, and secure an ade quePae return on its heavy investment. Al ready $2L'5i).C0 has been invested In the en terris~, aand to-day, after a imonth's incor porative existence, the backers are planning a further increase. Active operations will soon be commenced, and by May 1 next all will be in readiness. Altogether ten Chicago capitalists are in terested in the enterprise, but as the corpo ration is practically a "close" one their names are not known to the public. Eascrslon States to Califormia. On the 15th of each month the Northern Paseils rloeead will sell round trip tickets to Califeinia points as follows: Helnan te Ban Freerisao and return, p, Inlsa Portand sad reinraleg same way. T ~~et sfranecisco, golsg via Portland Cnsa tasilg eta Ogdena ad Liilver Buw. . oIral A is. gb .fAi snd returning v:i ssoelld San Frunelon inl one [ t ehr Iting or returning. $c:t. O' a se e teae, nlu e in Pertland and lid a ele'ls asc. returnina via bacra-e manto and Ogden. V99.l. Jc5avct will be laltie for sixty days for going pass-ge, with retnrn at auy time wthln tae Isal lault of six months. A. . HIi'ce. Gem. Act., elsersa, Mont. uttns. K Faa G . 1. J T. A., h. . taul, Mian. I A DOLLAR! Will buy one of those t"DERBY HATS" that you see in the Window. It will buy a "'STANLEY"' SHIRT. Just the thing for Summer. It will buy MORE GOOD GOODS here than in any store in Montana. Greenhood, Bohm & Co.'s Old Stand. TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO. C., ST. P., M. & O. R. R. "The North-Western Line." This is the only line making connection with d the GREAT NO1THIERN HAILWAY at St. Paul - every day in the year for Chicago and the e.s;. VIA OOIEAT NIORTHPB N. Leave Hntte.......... ................ 7:3 a m s Leave Hoelens.. ....................... 11:10 a m Loavo treat Fall ... ................. 2:55 p r Arrive Minot ........................... 10:(5 a 0s Arrive trrand Forks ................... 6:20 p i Arrive 8t. Paul ..................... . .. 6:55 a. VIA lOaTP.PT PACFINC. ]Leave Butte................. 12:25 pm 0:2 p m t Leave Helena ............ 1:1 pm 10:35 p i Leave Boireman ............ 5:10 p m 2:25 p SArrive St. Pal ............. 12:15 p m 6:2U p n VIA NOaTWXBTEXN LINE. I Leave St. Paal..... 7:55 am 5:15 p m P:0 pm o Arrive Milwankee.. 7:55 p m 7:25 1am 7:25 am e Arrive Chicago..... 9:35 p m 8:00 am 9:n30 a rn ' "The Nortk-Weetern Line" in the shortoiL ine in both distance and time to Chicago. NFor map folder of line address T. W. TEABDAJ.L General Passenger Agent. St. Paul. Tho Celebrated French Cure, Warranted LAPHRODITINE" or money S 1 tLure a Ic/l!uu .icd. I 8s SOLO on A B POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any lorm of nervous disease, or any Sdisorder of the lORs0 gRoenerative or- A TER gans of ther sexther sx whther arising from the e excessive use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium. or through youthful indiscretion, over indulg encre, &c.. such as Loss of Brain Power, Wakeful. .i.es, Beiarilg down Painu in the Back, Seminal a \' aknues, Ilysteria. Nervous Prostration Nocturn Sai Emi.sionU , l.eu'orrhu.a, Dizziness, Weak Meei. t ory, Lossof Power and Impotency, which if ne glected often lead to prematureoldageand insan ity. Price $I 00 a box, G boxes for $5.00 Sent by mail on receipt of price. A IVRITTEN t;UARANTfEE forevery$5.00 order, to refund the money if a I'erluaselnt curre I not efltccted. T'hot.auds of testimonials Sfrom o!,l and young, of both sexes, permanently curecd byt AptP.ODITrINs. Circular lr,:e. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. WaTERmN BRANCH, 3BOX 27 POIRTLAND, OR, Manhood Restored. ' ot tohY . ,. Wkh ýt, d l itN ii "AAN S Ib. i. t' Wret'c '.ero and Brain Trcatment, a 1""'i for If e teria, Dizzin essue. itsNeural ii. 1:1,, t5,IA~rn. s Woh:-fnlnes., (itntn; Ilepre.nion. is... tn:,i:. u' lira i, causing in.oi.ot}, Oultcry, dr e ,a. , a, h. Pltniatreu Old age, RIarrnaesi Lou, of uo.,r" . n wth-.r rex. Imnpotency, 1 ucorrht: !,i n a'.: all·a Wearknesss, Involuntary Leaeea. . :,,.r 1.hi t r:.ia t.aned by ouer-eiertlon of brilM, ns.lo-nbhse. over indtulseuoa . A monn:hb 05 I r."a, n:v"u' t, for 5. bl i mail. We gearratee 0 , teI't iU.rt. IoraI Trder for bxI,, with #1 wt:i rc:.,l I ctIes 8a.nautee to refund if not - "",e. n' ta,-·.n tlicedrd ov.ly y H. M. Il'archen CI . & 1C., le rgenIe. Heine.. Moat. d JA]PAN-7 EF3E I- At like rene o an the trnaci:, Liver and l,,w I 1.. di.yls h. ].,'sp ptia. B il iounet.b. Fever.+. t oe' -, SOrvunr (Disorders, tile. t,l,-n"n."- l.ose ,, App),. life. iootor, i. e I. (ompl,.io, pr'tc dfi ,,Otsot t,,!lowi tstar tu.e Posi-ive euro for lick f.ea.l acie and ('onlati:a.via. F-mill, iild. easy to take. Large vi lo efS0 pil 8 cf5 .nt l, by 3u. t. IL. khachia&A C.. druggists HeUna, Mount. ARTHUR P. CURTIN'S FURNITURE, CARPET, NEW MUSIC HOUS.E. WALL PAPER AND Ho0se Fariishin Gools Hounse. ~ia o,, organs, Orgwuinttes, Guitars, Violins, Accordions, House enlarged to four times former capacity. A D A ut.L LBE Of Fivmmense floors extending throl the ICAL r',tiro block. MMUSICCAL. M CHANDISE. A stook grater than that of al other Helen Sele ageteb ftr lttaway b ae. Bohmer, i,;u"s combined. able ro.. WeAt u &, Mle oa w Mmuli. Ihmeri ('ah oenrchases and straight carload ship- anl ter fintE..a e.t. m riggs i--Urderr will reoeive prompt atteatin. wP"Iaw l pices aad-ep terms. H3ELEN S. A. " * .OiTA. AT .A.. Helena Lumber Company AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED GALT COAL *--AMi¢S DUALBad R1- s Rough and inishing Lumber, Shieles, Laths, Doors, Sash and Lumber, Telephtea 1& City teS.s oNeemn 8, Thempoe 3M.eoil MDal. Stree% Oppeos.e mi .emaral eteL " ., * ....AN... ORANITB MONUMENTS Headstones Room Noe I, Power Block. Postofflee Sex 1 i HELENA. MONTANA. OPPENHEIMER & ASCH, I.o..~"IAD ..'TD DQO~ESEIIO SWIMEI,,IS, LIQUORS TND CIGC RS+ WMOLESALE TRADE S61OLIGITED. No. ion South Main Street. Corner of Wood Street. MONTANA UNIVERSITY UJIVERSITY PLACE. NEAR HELENA COURSE OF INSTRUCTION: 1, College. 2, College Preparatory. 3, Business. 4, Normal. 5, Music. 6, Art. Also instruotion in Corn mon Branches. ABLE INSTRUCTION. ELEGANT BUILDING. Bead for Catalofne to the Preident. F. P. TOWER. A. M.. D. D The General Grant Mining Company Situated in Tousley Gulch (Near the Famous Bell Boy) WILL OFFER FOR SALE A LIMITED NUMBER OF SHARES Proceeds to be used for development purposes. The chances for large profits on this stock are immense. VEIN LARGE. ORE GOOD. I For particulars call on or address, GEO. WALKER, President, Or THEO. SHED, Secretary, 3ELE2K, M.ONTTA.NA. , .-- ..m .j .I ..... - . BTUDY LAW AT HOME. TAua & Coufne IN rUa Sprague Orrespeandemoe Schael at Law. (lacerporated.) eInd ten cent. (stampe) for particale.r to d. Ootner, Cr., Sec'y. Ue. al8 Whitney Bleek, DotreitL. teh MenEHOO DREST OR Heee Noru"rve Seeds," I'rlh wonderfufl mmuad MA-_ - NHO E .otD d with a wrlt S -tellpatntee to cure all nervous idkearos, Holeh ts ".lk Memory, Lea of raaln ]Power. Headache, kWaulellneol , La taun hood. Nglhtly Enlsmions, Qaoueknes. Ell Dreamsi Luck of S" Coanderee.1 Nervonaeo . Laa.ltnde0 all (h'attl and Iohv "r SIpower of the Goneratle Oruano In either sexr rausond by over exer Stlon. youthful error., or excesIlve une of tobacc. OI, opiu or otitui . lants which coon lad to Intirmity,. ('oorsnmplloli alndl lnanity. Poo, oip convenient to cu.rry io vOect Tc.wkot. oent by mall In y luln icklgo to any addclre. for l, or6 for $5. (I Wn. uerry 55 order we . five werliieptg Onenotee to core or rofllod the mooey.) REO[I AE ND LITER I S. CIRCULAII FIG(Lt Addreti NERVE SE)D Go.. Chicago. Il. For msle in Helena. Montana, by Pope & YO'Connor, DrugRists, Basiley Block +..